- Score: Assumption 4, Post 3 (OT)
- Records: Assumption (2-1-0, 2-0-0 NE10), Post (1-1-1, 0-1-0 NE10)
- Location: Waterbury, Conn.
- The Lead: A day after netting his first collegiate goal and assist, Alexander Mavrogiannis (Dover, Mass. / East Coast Wizards (EHL)) netted the game-winning goal with 43 seconds left in overtime to lift the Assumption Greyhounds 4-3 over the Post Eagles.
HOW IT HAPPENED:
-Mavrogiannis' game-winner started when John Fine-Lease (Willsboro, N.Y. / Walpole Express (EHL)) dug a puck out from the corner and dished it to Dante Maribito (Georgetown, Mass. / Phillips Academy (Prep)). Maribito gave a nice pass to Mavrogiannis out front, who then sent a rocketing shot past Post goalie Brandon Brown's blocker side for the game-winning goal at the 4:17 mark of overtime.
-Post tied the game at three with just 44 seconds left in the game. Jake Raleigh scored while on the power play for his second of the 2019-20 campaign. Michael Zampanti (Winthrop, Mass. / Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Premier)) put the Hounds up 3-2 at the 3:07 mark of the third period. It marked two straight goals for the Hounds, who ended the second period tied at two and the first period tied at one.
-Christopher Stalmok (Paxton, Mass. / Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Premier)) gave the Hounds an initial 1-0 lead at the 12:58 mark of the first. Post was able to tie the game at one by the end of the period and then went up 2-1 at the 11:54 mark of the second, but Maribito tied the game at two just 30 seconds after Post's go-ahead goal.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS:
-Assumption outshot the Eagles 46-36. The Hounds went 1-for-5 while on the power play, while Post went 2-for-8.
-Mavrogiannis added a goal and an assist against the Eagles, giving him two goals and two assists in his team's last two games. He is +4 while on the ice in that span. Maribito's goal and assist gives him two goals and two assists in his first three games this season. He has added at least one point in all three games.
-David Altman (Bristol, R.I. / Northern Cyclones (EHL)) made 33 saves on 36 shots and improved to 2-0-0 on the year. Brown made 42 saves on 46 shots but fell to 1-1-1.
-The Hounds have averaged 49 shots per game in their last two contests. They have also averaged a conference-high four goals per game so far this season.
- The Hounds host Saint Michael's on Friday, November 15, at 5:30 p.m.